Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday 23 July 2014

Taylor Armstrong is 'putting herself out there'

Taylor Armstrong

Taylor Armstrong has reportedly "moved on with her life".

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star was struck by tragedy last year when her late husband Russell took his own life.

After a year of grieving, Taylor has decided to put her pain behind her and hit the dating scene.

"Taylor has moved on with her life though and thinks the next natural step is to put herself out there," a source told Radar Online.

"Taylor has talked about wanting to find the right person and possibly even getting married again one day. She is open to the idea and feels that she has learned so much by her past mistakes."

Taylor has been shooting the upcoming season of RHBH, but has kept her love life under wraps.

"Taylor is relieved filming is almost over for the new season as she has been dating and she's had to sneak around to keep it off camera," the source revealed.

"Taylor isn't getting serious about anyone but she has definitely been dating. However, Taylor doesn't want her love life to play out in front of cameras and she believes she will be vilified by viewers for dating."

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